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Specialized High School Offers to Black, Latino Students Show Slight Uptick

Specialized High School Offers to Black, Latino Students Show Slight Uptick

The gains, however small, marked the highest level of offers made to Black and Latino students since 2013.
At Recent Town Hall, Clinton Hill Residents, Pols Decry City's Management of Migrant Shelters

At Recent Town Hall, Clinton Hill Residents, Pols Decry City's Management of Migrant Shelters

At a public meeting on Monday, residents voiced their concerns about the Clinton Hill migrant shelters, including the city's procurement process for securing contracts to provide shelter services.
City to Start Ticketing Cars Parked in Bus Lanes

City to Start Ticketing Cars Parked in Bus Lanes

The MTA and DOT will now start enforcing double parking and other bus stop violations in bus lanes.
City Starts Competitive Bidding Process For Migrant Services Contracts

City Starts Competitive Bidding Process For Migrant Services Contracts

The city will now move away from the emergency, no-bid procurement process.
Adams Urges New Yorkers to Use Cooling Centers During Heat Wave

Adams Urges New Yorkers to Use Cooling Centers During Heat Wave

The mayor, during his weekly press conference, also addressed gun violence in Brownsville and supported the governor's potential mask ban on subways.
Rent on Stabilized Apartments Will Increase This Fall

Rent on Stabilized Apartments Will Increase This Fall

The Rent Guidelines Board voted to increase rents by 2.75% on one-year leases and 5.25% on two-year leases.
Voices From All Sides: Migrants, Volunteers Talk to Clinton Hill Residents About Shelter Complex

Voices From All Sides: Migrants, Volunteers Talk to Clinton Hill Residents About Shelter Complex

The corner of Hall Street and Flushing Avenue in Clinton Hill was bustling Thursday for different, but related reasons.
Early Voting Starts in NYC, Primary Day is June 25

Early Voting Starts in NYC, Primary Day is June 25

Get out and vote, Brooklyn! Early voting lasts until June 23.
New Leadership at Office of Cannabis Management

New Leadership at Office of Cannabis Management

In an effort to streamline state cannabis operations, Governor Kathy Hochul made three leadership changes.
DMV Launches Mobile ID

DMV Launches Mobile ID

New York mobile ID is a secure, digital form of state-issued driver license, learner permit or non-driver ID.